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Seiko: Lots of good information in your post.

Hello Jay, Thanks very much for sharing. Regards, Bob S
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Jaeger-LeCoultre: Thanks very much for sharing.

Hello Hans. A most interesting and informative post. Thank you so much for sharing. Regards, Bob S
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Horological Meandering: Looks good!

but perhaps too good. Hello W154, Originality is key, to me. These old watches have hard lives and the 'factory fresh' look does not sit easily with me. But, each to his own and I don't have a problem with that. Kind regards, Bob S
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Horological Meandering: IWC WWW, it can be a minefield

(no pun intended) as stated by W154. Here are a couple of photographs of my IWC WWW which is supposed to be a good, original example. They show the correct 'F' and 'S' engraved on the balance cock. It also has the original crystal which has crazed over the years. The dial (although original) has had
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Horological Meandering: 2 x “11” , [nt]

Sorry, I messed up my post by pressing submit before I attached the photograph of my 1948 JLC and 1952 IWC. I hope it is attached now. Regards, Bob S
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Seiko: Thanks for your comment.

Best Sunday wishes to you. Regards, Bob S
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Seiko: This one for me today

Not graduated to Grand Seiko yet. Regards, Bob S
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Seiko: This for one

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Omega: Another really interesting post

Thanks yet again for another terrific report. I enjoyed Part 1 and this is just as good. Congratulations on the superb photographs as well. Kind regards, Bob S
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Omega: Very interesting post.

Thank you for taking the time and trouble to produce this report. Really looking forward to next part. Kind regards, Bob S
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